Air Malta operates flights despite Italian ATC strike

The strike notice announced for today will affect KM612/3 to Rome, KM624/5 to Milan and KM642/3 to Catania.

Air Malta will be operating its three flights to Italy today despite an Air Traffic Control strike notice which caused disruptions to air travel across the country.

The strike notice announced for today will affect KM612/3 to Rome, KM624/5 to Milan and KM642/3 to Catania.

Air Malta will now operate these flights soon after the ATC strike is over.

The airline’s flights to these cities will today operate as follows (all timings are local):

KM612

Dep

Malta

1800

Arr

Rome

1930

KM613

Dep

Rome

2020

Arr

Malta

2230

KM624

Dep

Malta

1800

Arr

Milan

2000

KM625

Dep

Milan

2050

Arr

Malta

2250

KM642

Dep

Malta

1735

Arr

Catania

1820

KM643

Dep

Catania

1910

Arr

Malta

1955

A spokesman for the airline said that Air Malta puts its clients first and made the arrangements to minimise disruptions to its passengers.

“Unlike other airlines operating on the Malta route, Air Malta did not cancel any flights,” he said, adding that in such situations the airline does its utmost to maintain a reliable schedule and minimise inconveniences to its customers.

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